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The arcs of a network may have a

of trams on the roads of Seervada Park in Sec. 9.1. Table 9.1 gives several

examples of

...

The arcs of a network may have a

**flow**of some type through them, e.g., the**flow**of trams on the roads of Seervada Park in Sec. 9.1. Table 9.1 gives several

examples of

**flow**in typical networks. If**flow**through an arc is allowed in only one...

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Maximize the

water through a system of aqueducts. 5. Maximize the

transportation network. For some of these applications, the

network ...

Maximize the

**flow**of oil through a system of pipelines. 4. Maximize the**flow**ofwater through a system of aqueducts. 5. Maximize the

**flow**of vehicles through atransportation network. For some of these applications, the

**flow**through thenetwork ...

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Employing the equations given in the bottom right-hand corner of the figure,

these

nodes (see columns H and I). These net

transshipment ...

Employing the equations given in the bottom right-hand corner of the figure,

these

**flows**then are used to calculate the net**flow**generated at each of thenodes (see columns H and I). These net

**flows**are required to be 0 for thetransshipment ...

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